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11hRob Dawson

City defensive duo too old to always play - Pep

Pep Guardiola has suggested he will keep searching for a solution to his defence Fernandinho and Nicolas Otamendi are too old to play every game.

Should Pulisic be concerned with situation at Chelsea? (2:00)
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Man United sign Lindelof until June of 2024

Manchester United have signed defender Victor Lindelof to a long-term contract that will keep him at the club at least until June 2024.

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20hESPN

Abraham: We'll take our anger out on Liverpool

Tammy Abraham has warned Liverpool that Chelsea want to take out their anger from the Champions League defeat against Valencia against Liverpool.

Why Tottenham should prioritise the Prem over UCL (2:01)
'No question' Rashford is Man United's most important player (1:31)
Nicol says Stones injury forces Man City to a back three (1:15)
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2dRob Dawson

City defensive crisis: Stones out for 4-5 weeks

Manchester City's defensive crisis has worsened with news that John Stones will be out for four or five weeks after picking up a muscle injury.

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Hazard: Madrid fans care more than Chelsea

Real Madrid forward Eden Hazard has said the club's supporters are more invested and fanatical about the team than Chelsea fans.

Robson: Arsenal haven't learned from shocking defending (1:08)
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3dMelissa Reddy

We're champs but not favoured vs. Napoli - Klopp

Jurgen Klopp dismissed suggestions Liverpool are favoured against Napoli as the defending champions open up Champions League title defence.

The only reason Virgil van Dijk would leave Liverpool (0:46)
Chelsea transfer ban a blessing in disguise? (1:47)
Guardiola: Players saved me from being 'Fraudiola' (1:06)
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3dMark Ogden

Man United tie De Gea to long-term contract

Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea has signed a new long-term contract with the club ending speculation about his future.

Can Manchester City stop Liverpool's title run? (1:52)